Edwardian Coffee Stall and Teashop

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Edwardian Coffee Stall and Teashop. Coffee stalls could be found in many towns. They were a boon to cab drivers and other who happened to be out late. In contrast were the teashops where food was served at marble-topped tables with an air of gentility. Original artwork for illustrations on p32 of Look and Learn issue no 713 (13 September 1975).

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